Home-grown products

Limeleaf Kitchen has its own organic farm in the hills north of Chiang Mai. Here we grow most of the fruits used in our workshops and restaurant.

Hand-roasted organic coffee

Limeleaf Kitchen grows its own coffee and the beans are then roasted over an open fire. The taste is unique, something you never tasted before.

Eco-friendly and sustainable

We source our meat and poultry as much as possible in Thailand. Our suppliers are chosen based on the quality of product and high standard of animal welfare.

More samples from our menu

Sunday Roast

Topside of Beef, Organic Chicken, Leg of Lamb, Gravies, Sauces, Yorkshire Pudding and (mostly) Organic Vegetables. Every Sunday.

Slow Smoked BBQ

Baby back ribs, Duck Breast or Atlantic Salmon. Slow Smoked Barbecue. Combined with a salad buffet with lots of choice. Every Sunday.

Salad Buffet

The salad buffet, made of locally sourced vegetables and home grown fruits from our own farm and resort Limeleaf eco-lodge and neighbouring farms near Khun Chae.

Full menu here


Chris uses a lot of fruits grown on their own organic farm, located north of Chiang Mai, in the hills near Khun Chae National Park, 1100 metres above sea level, surrounded by pristine jungle forest. Here they also grow their own coffee which is served in the restaurant. The beans are hand-roasted over an open fire. All vegetables are locally sourced from either neighbouring farmers or ethical growers, organic and pesticide free.

Locally sourced

The meats Chris uses in the workshops and restaurant are all locally sourced. The pork ribs from Sloanes or Sirin Farm in Chiang Rai, the duck and chicken from Klong Phai farm.

Solid clean ingredients are the base for Chris’s cooking. He also applies this to his home-made vinegars, mead from wild honey, pickles or fermented vegetables. Some to be found in the main kitchen, but mostly ageing in his ‘Laboratory’. Ask him to show it to you.